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The presence of vehicles at specified sites is detected by sensors in traffic control systems. Sensors can be used to count and track the number of cars passing at a certain point, as well as the speed at which they go.
The detection positioned either in the carriageway or above the signal heads registers the traffic needs. The controller then processes these requests and assigns the appropriate amount of green time. The controller specifies minimum and maximum green times, which cannot be exceeded.
The system, which is based on a network of sensors and cameras, ensures that any region with heavy traffic does not receive any additional vehicles for a specified period of time. Instead, vehicles will be diverted to less congested roads to improve traffic flow.
The India Traffic Sensor Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology’s Intelligent Transportation System Endeavour for Indian Cities Phase-II initiative, an indigenous Onboard Driver Assistance and Warning System (ODAWS), Bus Signal Priority System, and Common SMart iot Connectiv (COSMIC) software have been launched.
Delta’s Industrial Automation Business Group (IABG) held a big new product launch campaign in cities across India: Pune, Gurgaon, Ahmedabad, and Chennai. During the events, Delta demonstrated its new Industrial Automation products to over 600 customers and channel partners, receiving a positive response.
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